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I can’t wait to visit my daughter again in Greenland as that’s where my grandkids are!

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Paris. The City of Lights any time of the year

We also enjoy outlying area of France.

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When my husband, Michael, and I were in our 20's - in the early 1970's -we bought an empty Chevy step-van. Michael transformed this truck into an RV, complete with full-sized bed, batlhroom, stove top, sink, ice box, table, sky-light, and lots of storage. And there was plenty of room to stand. We quit our jobs and drove around the US and Canada for about eighteen months, with a  three to four month stay at the Jersey Shore, near where our parents lived. It was a trip of a lifetime. We met many wonderful people on the road (some doing the same thing we were doing) and gas was a lot cheaper then. Michael died five years ago, but he gave me lots of wonderful memories, not only on this adventure, but over the other forty-three years we were together.

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Maui. My 1st visit was 1981. I went back again at least 15 or more times. Lived there 1 year in 1985. Haven't been since 2009. Smiley Sad  I'm 69, and would love to live out my life there!

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Atlantis, Paradise Island, Nassau, Bahamas. Its truly paradise, sun, warmth, so much to do and just beautiful.

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Cuba should be in this list.

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Medellin, Colombia and environs.

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Italy! The small town of Lucca was my home for 7 days/nights during a Roads Scholar cooking class. I cannot wait to return--the people, the slower pace, the quiet streets (very few cars---very few parking spots), the food (elegant AND casual). Wish I could recall the hotel name--charming and ancient with very sweet owner/managers.

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Rehoboth Beach, DE. Small town with nice beaches and restaurants. No sales tax and lots of Outlet Stores.  The beach can get crowded in the Summer but the nearby beaches of Lewes, Dewey and the DE Seashore State Park are only minutes away.

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